The 2022 British Open Speedgolf Championships

will return to The Springs, Oxfordshire on

Saturday 10th & Sunday 11 September 2022 

 

 

One of the most unique events in the British Golfing Calendar, welcome to a faster pace of golf: Speedgolf!

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The 2022 British Open Speedgolf Championships are returning to

The Springs, Wallingford, Oxfordshire!
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 September 2022 – 36 holes

Be Inspired!  “I am still blown away by being able to complete a round in under an hour! If anyone was thinking about giving Speedgolf ago I would definitely recommend it, even if a bit hesitant on either running or golf. I have found the game is so inclusive with all walks of life trying it out and there are so many benefits such as keeping fit, time efficient  and adrenaline fuelled!”Jonathan Parker

Following the keen interest in this year’s championship and with limited tee slots, we are likely to be oversubscribed. Initial registration invitations will be offered to those who have competed in previous speedgolf events, based on performance as you’d expect from an Open Championship plus ‘wild-card’ entries for new players and others who have gone the ‘extra mile’ in some way.
If you want to compete, please complete the following short 10-question survey so we can process your entry request

Please complete this registration request now 

The 2021 British Open Speedgolf Championships was on Sunday 19th September and Monday 20th September 2021.

Our tournament host, The Springs near Wallingford in Oxfordshire was a stunning venue and the course optimised for speedgolf.   Our new British Open Speedgolf Champion is Luke Willett, a 37 year old PGA Pro from Buckinghamshire. Check out the drone shots video courtesy of The Springs, Darwin Escapes. 

The distance covered is approximately 7km with a very modest elevation of 1 metre, so ideal for Speedgolf, less physically demanding than some of our previous venues that contained draining hills! Click here to view The Springs Course map

Speedgolf addresses pace of play head on and attracts those who seek a fresh fitness challenge.

What you need to play Speedgolf
What you need to play Speedgolf

Scott Richardson recorded a World First for Speedgolf by becoming the 1st Amputee to compete in any National Speedgolf Championship. He completed his first 18 holes in under 75 minutes and his second round on day 2 was even faster at 71 minutes and 16 seconds! Awe Inspiring for the whole speedgolf community. 

The British Open Speedgolf Championships is the oldest and widely regarded as the most prestigious Speedgolf championship in Europe.

See the Full Results here

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